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04. How Do I Install VVEngine?

  1. VVEngine requires ViceVersa PRO 2 or newer to run. If you do not already have ViceVersa PRO installed, you can download ViceVersa PRO here 
     
  2. After installing ViceVersa PRO, download the VVEngine installer from http://www.tgrmn.com/web/vvengine/vvengine.htm 
     
  3. If you have a previous version of VVEngine already installed see Upgrade VVEngine
     
  4. Start the installation process by running the downloaded file
     
  5. At the end of installation, VVEngine will start.
     

You connect to VVEngine with your Internet Browser. Start the browser (e.g. Internet Explorer or FireFox) and type http://127.0.0.1:8001 in the address bar. This unique address opens the VVEngine interface.
When you open VVEngine for the first time there will be no ViceVersa profiles scheduled. You can add a new profile by clicking on "Add Profile" on the main VVEngine page.

Notes:

  • After installation, VVEngine will automatically run in the background each time you start Windows.
  • VVEngine is installed for the current user. If you wish to install VVEngine as a service see the related article http://www.tgrmn.com/web/kb/item48.htm


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Jerry -  05-Mar-07
Does VV Engine continue to work even if the browser window is closed?
TGRMN Software -  07-Mar-07
Yes, VVEngine is always running in the background.
Danny -  27-Mar-07
Does it still run even after I logged out from the server?
TGRMN Software -  30-Mar-07
Yes, but you need to install VVEngine as a Windows service, see related article on this Knowledge Base.
Sal Cameli -  10-Mar-16
Is this Correct?

As long as I am using VVEngine and have a job scheduled then that job will be added as a Service?

I've read the steps above and it doesn't explicitly say "Do this" to install the Windows Service. It just says to schedule a job.

I want to make sure if the server gets reboot that my scheduled VVEngine job will run automatically with no user intervention.
TGRMN Software -  11-Mar-16
By default VVEngine runs as a normal start-up program on Windows (no service).

If you want VVEngine to run as a Windows service, see:
http://www.tgrmn.com/web/kb/item48.htm
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